The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite comes with a powerful Marvell PXA986 inside along with 1 GB of RAM. On the front sits a 7 inches display at a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite also comes with 8 GB internal storage and a capable 3600 mAh battery sits inside powering the whole setup.
Sporting a Candybar design, it will have a model number SM-T110, T110. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite will retail in a variety of colours including Black, White, Pink, Yellow, and Green to give you options to choose according to your style. So, you be the judge of that. Know that it weighs at 310 grams.
Most important aspect of the smartphone is its display. Take a hard look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite display specifications. It is a 7 inches display offering a 1024 x 600 pixels resolution. It uses the TFT display technology. The pixel density of the screen comes out to be 170 ppi. The screen-to-body ratio of the smartphone is at 61.45 %, which is a result of the Regular design and aspect ratio of 1.707:1.
These days when we look for a smartphone to buy, the first thing that we asked is about the details of the camera. So here you go! The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite comes with a single rear camera which has a resolution of 2 MP
Hardware and Software
Coming to the internals on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite, it comes powered by a Marvell PXA986 processor, which is accompanied by a Vivante GC1000 GPU. Talking about the RAM and storage, it comes with a 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage. There is an external storage option available and it supports external storage type of microSD, microSDHC. As far as the biometric security is concerned, it does not come with a fingerprint sensor. We are mostly concerned about the battery life on our phones, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Lite offers a 3600 mAh capacity non-removable battery. Further, it offers Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, and Micro USB v2.0 port. It supports a 3.5 mm audio jack. And it supports latest Wi-Fi standards.
OEM producing the smartphone
Model name based on OEM nomenclature
Classification based on what functionalities are offered by the phone
Classification of smartphone according to basic shape
Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
Operating system powering the entire smartphone. In an Android phone this is the OEM's fork on android with their customisations and features. Some of the most popular Android Skins include MIUI, Oxygen OS, Grace UI, HYC sense etc.
116.4 x 193.4 x 9.7 mm
physical dimensions of the smartphone
Weight of the mobile phone in grams
Black, White, Pink, Yellow, Green
Availability of various colors
physical size of the screen measured by the diagonal.
1024 x 600 pixels
Total number of pixels on the display
number of pixels per square inch of the display.
Display technology used in the smartphone. The display technologies decide a lot of factors including how it looks, what the brightness can be, the power consumption etc. Morden smartphone displays range from TFT, TN Panels to IPS LCD, OLED, and AMOLED panels.
Display shape with classification based on current trends. Morden displays come in different shapes and sizes and this varies from near bezel less, notch display, waterdrop notch, to fully bezel less phones. This lets one get an idea of how the display looks.
Percentage of display area to the front of the smartphone. This ratio became more popular recently with the introduction of tall 18:9 displays. Now we have bezel less, notched displays with screen to body ratios of 18.5:9, 19:9, and even 19.5:9.
Availability of special features in the display
Primary Rear camera Megapixel count
640 x 480 pixels @ 30 fps
Rear camera maximum video recording resolution. This let's one know the highest resolution they can shoot in and will be in the order of 1080x1920 @ 30fps/60fps, or 4K @30fps/60fps and can be lower too depending on the smartphone.
Geotagging, Panorama, Face detection
Special features in the camera
System on Chip powering the smartphone. Smartphone chipsets are designed by very few companies in the world
2 Cores 1.2 GHz 32-bit
Central Processing unit
Graphics processing unit. The GPU is responsible for all the graphics intensive stuff on your smartphone including video rendering, playing games etc.
Random Access Memory(Volatile memory) in the smartphone. The amount of RAM in a phone is responsible for how many apps will stay in memory and will not have to reload.
Internal storage capacity
non-removable hardware storage inside the smartphone. The internal storage on a smartphone is responsible both for storing files, as well as the applications on it. The whole system runs on that internal storage which makes its quality important. Modern internal storages range from Emma 5.0, Emma 5.1, UFS 2.0, UFS 2.1 etc.
External storage available
Availability of a micro-sd card slot.
External storage type
Availability of a fingerprint scanner as a biometric unlock. The fingerprint scanners have become the most popular and secure way to unlock smartphones today and will be used till other biometric locks become as secure and as convenient.
battery capacity in mAh. This indicates the physical capability of your battery to store charge in it. If we don't take into account software optimisation, and a few other factors, the with capacity the bigger the better.
if it can be taken out without expert help. Removable batteries which used to be a standard a few years ago has now become rare. The ability to remove the battery provides the unique opportunity to keep two batteries and keep them both charged which make sure that you are never out of battery.
Fast charging available
Availability of high wattage charging for high intensity charging. This type of charging facilitated faster charging times and lesser time plugged to the wall.
GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS
Ability to track the position of the smartphone through Cellular networks. This helps to track the geo location of a particular device using the position of cellular towers are reference.
If Bluetooth is available on the smartphone or not. Having bluetooth in your phone enables it to make data transfers wirelessly to another bluetooth supported devices, which includes file transfers, wireless audio etc.
Bluetooth version present on the smartphone. Bluetooth versions indicate the generation and with every generation the bluetooth connection becomes better in various ways. The bluetooth versions started with Bluetooth 1.x then came Bluetooth 2.x and the nomenclature goes similarly for later versions.
Wireless pairing technology by bringing two supported phones with 4cms of each other. NFC is used for social networking, for sharing contacts, photos, videos or files. NFC-enabled devices can act as electronic identity documents and keycards.
USB connector type
Micro USB v2.0
The data/power input/output port on the smartphone. The USB connectors include Type A, type B, Micro USB, Mini USB, and USB-C.
Audio connector type
The audio input/output port on the smartphone. The audio connectors range for analog 2.5mm, 3.5mm ports to various digital USB ports.
802.11a (IEEE 802.11a-1999), 802.11b (IEEE 802.11b-1999), 802.11g (IEEE 802.11g-2003), 802.11n (IEEE 802.11n-2009), Wi-Fi Hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct
The ability to connect to the internet wirelessly. Wifi let's you connect various devices to the same network and get access to internet with a wire-free experience.
The ability to play FM channels natively on your smartphone